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Fuller Flowers Meet Unmatched Fragrance
Why Sensational™ Lavender Plants?
Full, thick flowers meet bright silver foliage, merging to create unbelievable contrast like you've never seen...and setting the Sensational™ Lavender Plant apart.
It grows in a compact, dense habit with excellent branching. So, from containers on your porch or patio to decor indoors, the Lavender's purple blooms and ideal size make it perfect for placing nearly anywhere.
Guests and neighbors will be delighted by the sweet, floral lavender scent. And through it all, the Sensational™ Lavender Plant stands up to heat, humidity, drought and cold. Plus, it thrives in the harsh sunlight that causes similar varieties to die back.
Why Fast-Growing-Trees.com is Better
Good luck finding a full, healthy Sensational™ Lavender Plant at your local garden center.
Unlike most chain nurseries and big-box retailers, we’ve planted, grown and shipped your Lavender with meticulous care. That means that you get a hassle-free plant, ready to thrive in your landscape and burst with color quickly.
In fact, when you buy our larger sizes, you can get deep, rich purple color in your own garden as soon as the first season.
The sturdy, strong growth and vibrant color of the Sensational™ Lavender Plant mean that it's a popular item that sells out quickly. We recommend getting yours today...before they're gone!
Planting & Care
1. Planting: Lavender will perform best if planted in a full sun location (6 to 8 hours of sun) with well-draining soil.
Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the Lavender's root ball, loosen the soil, and place the plant. Backfill the hole, lightly tamping the soil, to prevent air pockets from forming.
If you're container-planting, select a pot that's about two sizes larger than your shipped container. Use sandy potting mix, place your plant, and fill with the soil mix, leaving a couple of inches at the top. Give the potted plant a good drink of water and place it in front of a south-facing window or on a sunny patio spot.
2. Watering: Once your Lavender is established, it's generally drought tolerant but does like moist soil. If you're not sure when to water, use your index finger. Stick it into the soil and if it feels dry, add just enough water to moisten the area.
3. Fertilizing: A weekly feeding with liquid fertilizer will improve the flower color as well as encourage prolific flowering.
4. Pruning: Prune after the coldest part of winter has passed. Proper pruning will include removing dead or damaged areas and any desired shaping.
Estimated Shipping Time: Most orders ship immediately. As noted on the website, some items are seasonal, and may only ship in spring or fall. Once your order is shipped, you'll receive an email with a tracking number.
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Customer Reviews & Photos
Plant was shipped very healthy. I have not been able to plant it yet. Ohio is experiencing snow once again and it’s almost May! Looking forward to seeing it thrive and bloom this summer.
plants arrived in good condition, looking forward to see if these one gallon plants will bloom this year
I ordered this Sensational Lavendar plant along with 12 Nellie Stevens Hollie’s. All arrived promptly, healthy looking and were planted within a couple of days and now a week later have new growth!
They don’t lose their foliage during the winter!
First of all, I’d like to answer Kathy‘s question posted on March 23, 2022: I’ve had these plants for two years. We live in the southwest so very hot dry climate and we have them facing the west against a very hot west wall . We have not had to reshape these because they grow pretty compactly and during the winter the foliage remains the same, a beautiful silvery green color. The foliage actually has quite a bit of scent so every time I walk by them I just brush my hand up a stock and I can smell lavender just as much as I did with the flowers. The third plant, which was bought at the same time as the other two, is not doing as well because we have it in a different location but it also didn’t lose any foliage. It’s just not growing as fast but it could be due to gardener error! The two big lavender plants were planted in 30 inch round terra-cotta planter while the other one is in the ground. The planters have a direct drip feed but because it’s so hot here the terra-cotta dries out so keeping true to the drought tolerant claim. We water them once a week with a 7 minute drip time. Once established, they truly are drought tolerant. These are beautiful plants. I am very happy we purchased them. In fact, four more just arrived today.